Everyone who’s been led well has, more than likely, also been led poorly. Can I get an amen on that?
For every good leader, there seems to be 2 or more leaders who use lead wrong.
These negatives leaders don’t care for their teams. They neglect the responsibilities of great leadership. They kill the spirits of their teams.
But don’t fret. Just because there’s negative leadership doesn’t mean there’s not a positive in there somewhere.
Companies, for years, have known there’s value in the negative space. Take a look at the logos of major brands. You may be surprised at what you can find in the negative spaces of these company logos.
Take Fed Ex for example. Their logo is their name spelled out, right? If that’s what you think, you’d be wrong. Let’s look at their logo Read more...
It’s my pleasure to introduce you to Matt Appling today. He’s the author of the newly released book Life After Art (This is an affiliate link. If you click and buy from it, I get a small commission. In fact, Life After Art released today! Matt shares his heart and how he feels leadership and art can intersect.
When you purchase Life After Art, Matt and his publisher have decided to give away three great resources to help the book sink in even more. You’ll receive the Life After Art deluxe e-book, the Life After Art Field Guide, and The Art of Storytelling! To receive the free bonuses, all you have to do is email your receipt to [email protected]
Matt has also been gracious enough to offer a copy of Life After Art to one lucky blog reader. Read on to discover how you can win a copy of the book. Read more...